Carey mulligan dating tom sturridge

27-Apr-2019 07:10

She just came off the most significant romance of her life. Because if not, she’s cocking up some other bonds too. So it could all be really great and comfortable and guitars around the campfire, or, well, it could be a f-cking mess. I mean, he’s come a long way, sure, but that’s not the most robust looking fellow. Have you seen the BBC’s maybe once every two years. It doesn’t get much suckier than how bad the sh-t sucks for Tess.

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He’s starring in a new film version of Thomas Hardy’s classic, .“I feel like I learn [from them] all the time, definitely,” he says, “for different reasons their work has been very important to me and so I was proud to be in the room with them.”The yellow-walled dressing room has a conspicuous void of mementos from his family; no photos, not even a good luck card.When he leaves the room in search of a lighter he tells me I’m welcome to rummage around and so I flick through his battered copy of the script. “I’ll come back later.” Sturridge has written in pencil.“I lived in Hungary on my own for a couple of months and he’s a great artist so it was a very seductive experience.”He still wasn’t convinced that the acting route was for him until he made his stage debut in 2009, in Simon Stephens’ for which he received Critics Circle Best Newcomer and was nominated for the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards.He played a character based on the Columbine High School killers.

He’s starring in a new film version of Thomas Hardy’s classic, .

“I feel like I learn [from them] all the time, definitely,” he says, “for different reasons their work has been very important to me and so I was proud to be in the room with them.”The yellow-walled dressing room has a conspicuous void of mementos from his family; no photos, not even a good luck card.

When he leaves the room in search of a lighter he tells me I’m welcome to rummage around and so I flick through his battered copy of the script. “I’ll come back later.” Sturridge has written in pencil.

“I lived in Hungary on my own for a couple of months and he’s a great artist so it was a very seductive experience.”He still wasn’t convinced that the acting route was for him until he made his stage debut in 2009, in Simon Stephens’ for which he received Critics Circle Best Newcomer and was nominated for the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards.

He played a character based on the Columbine High School killers.

Find out what they said and what Mulligan thinks Bathsheba should have on her own page in the video below, and be sure to keep an eye out for my full interviews with all three as we near Far from the Madding Crowd’s May 1st limited release.